Artificial Intelligence in Law: The Challenge of the Unlimited-Document Universe

By | The Ethical Investigator | July 14, 2017
Anyone following artificial intelligence in law knows that its first great cost saving has been in the area of document discovery. Machines can sort through duplicates so that associates don’t have to read the same document seven times, and they can string together thousands of emails to put together a quick-to-read series of a dozen email chains. View Full Post
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The Cosby Trial’s Lesson: Evidence is Good, Admissible Evidence is Better

By | The Ethical Investigator | June 19, 2017
One lawyer we know has a stock answer when clients ask him how good their case is: “I don’t know. The courts are the most lawless place in America.” What he means is that even though the law is supposed to foster predictability so that we will know how to act without breaking our society’s civil and criminal rules, there is a wide variety of opinion among judges even in the same jurisdictions about the matters that make or break a case on its way to a jury. View Full Post
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Is Your Law Firm Creative Enough? if Yes, Guess Again

By | The Ethical Investigator | April 17, 2017
We don’t usually think of the law as the place our most creative people go. Lawyers with a creative bent often drift into business, where a higher risk tolerance is often required to make a success of yourself. Some of our greatest writers and artists have legal training, but most seem to drop out when their artistic calling tells them law school isn’t for them. View Full Post
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Is Your Law Firm Creative Enough? if Yes, Guess Again

By | The Ethical Investigator | April 17, 2017
We don’t usually think of the law as the place our most creative people go. Lawyers with a creative bent often drift into business, where a higher risk tolerance is often required to make a success of yourself. Some of our greatest writers and artists have legal training, but most seem to drop out when their artistic calling tells them law school isn’t for them. View Full Post
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